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Tytuł: Is Labour Law a Hindrance in India’s Public Enterprises Reforms?
Autorzy: Bharti, Nalin
Ganesh, Gopal
Słowa kluczowe: Nationalization
labour law
Data wydania: 2016
Data dodania: 10-mar-2017
Wydawca: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu w Białymstoku
Źródło: Optimum. Studia Ekonomiczne, Nr 5(83) 2016, s. 53-74
Abstrakt: With a growing dependency on the private participation across the globe, India also implemented the economic reforms process but these reforms have not been supported by any major amendments in the labour Laws though privatization of public enterprises, is one of the key issues in the ongoing economic reforms and India has a major workforce employed in the PEs. Global experiences in privatization appear to suggest that there should be a clear-cut privatization law, which will sustain the logic of what to privatize, how to privatize and for whom to privatize, but till today India has not even considered enacting such a law. The presence of old labour laws and the absence of a privatization law present a complex situation at the time of the second generation of economic reforms undertaken by India. This paper tries to investigate how the Indian Labour law is helpless in helping the labour and in protecting the larger interest of the PE’s reforms.
Afiliacja: Nalin Bharti - School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Indian Institute of Technology Patna
Gopal Ganesh - Former adviser, 12th Finance Commission, former Member Secretary of the Disinvestment Commission and Retired IAS Officer, Government of India, New Delhi
E-mail: Nalin Bharti:,
Gopal Ganesh:
DOI: 10.15290/ose.2016.05.83.04
ISSN: 1506-7637
Typ Dokumentu: Article
Występuje w kolekcji(ach):Optimum. Studia Ekonomiczne, 2016, nr 5(83)

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